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Posted on 12-12-06 18:23
I've read a lot of e-books regarding hacking, and i think it has helped me a lot. So every time i find an e-book, i will post a link to it here:

Title of ebook: Hack Attacks Revealed: A Complete Reference with Custom Security Hacking Toolkit
ISBN: 0471189928
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Book Size: 7456 KB or 1775 pages (approximation based on file size)
Released online for download: 04-13-2001
Author: A Chirillo, John

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http://rapidshare.com/files/7064756/HackAttacksRevealed.pdf




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Hack the Stack
This book looks at network security in a new and refreshing way. It guides readers step-by-step through the "stack" - the seven layers of a network. Each chapter focuses on one layer of the stack along with the attacks, vulnerabilities, and exploits that can be found at that layer. The book even includes a chapter on the mythical eighth layer: The people layer. This book is designed to offer readers a deeper understanding of many common vulnerabilities and the ways in which attackers exploit, manipulate, misuse, and abuse protocols and applications. The authors guide the readers through this process by using tools such as Ethereal (sniffer) and Snort (IDS). The sniffer is used to help readers understand how the protocols should work and what the various attacks are doing to break them. IDS is used to demonstrate the format of specific signatures and provide the reader with the skills needed to recognize and detect attacks when they occur. What makes this book unique is that it presents the material in a layer by layer approach which offers the readers a way to learn about exploits in a manner similar to which they most likely originally learned networking.

This methodology makes this book a useful tool to not only security professionals but also for networking professionals, application programmers, and others. All of the primary protocols such as IP, ICMP, TCP are discussed but each from a security perspective. The authors convey the mindset of the attacker by examining how seemingly small flaws are often the catalyst of potential threats. The book considers the general kinds of things that may be monitored that would have alerted users of an attack. Remember being a child and wanting to take something apart, like a phone, to see how it worked? This book is for those readers as it details how specific hacker tools and techniques accomplish the things they do. It's built to follow a logical layer by layer flow that makes it easy to relate to. This book will not only give you knowledge of security tools but will provide you the ability to design more robust security solutions . Anyone can tell you what a tool does but this book shows you how the tool works.


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http://rapidshare.com/files/7148119/Hack_the_Stack_Using_Snort_and_Ethereal_to_Master_the_8_Layers_of_an_Insecure_Netork.pdf





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Secrets of a Super Hacker
A book that intersperses tales of Knightmare's exploits with code and examples.

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http://rapidshare.com/files/7149331/Secrets_of_a_Super_Hacker.pdf





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Posted on 12-12-06 18:27
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http://debian.yaako.org/books/?N=D



theres a hell of alot of books. not hacking, but program


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Posted on 09-01-07 14:30
http://www.ebooks. . .


e-books heaven *drool*.
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Posted on 09-01-07 16:04
isohunt.com tends to have a lot of hacking books on there so I would definitely recommend going there. Does anyone know where I can get the software that is suppose to be included with this book: Hack Attacks Revealed: A Complete Reference with Custom Security Hacking Toolkit? If anybody knows please PM me with a link coz I have been searching my ass off but I'm obviously not looking in the right place. Peace out! Wink


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Posted on 31-01-07 04:02
this site has about 4000 ebooks and 1200 other programing and hacking papers http://www.smashthestack.org/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=13


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Posted on 31-01-07 13:13
http://www.itebookhome.com/default.asp
this site has heaps and heaps of IT related books not much on hacking but if you want to learn a programming language it will be there the only disadvantage is that some links have expired and alot of them use rapidshare.com and rapidshare.de which i guess is alright if you use proxies but yeh anyway take a look at it.
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Posted on 31-01-07 15:36
a-hack wrote:
this site has about 4000 ebooks and 1200 other programing and hacking papers http://www.smashthestack.org/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=13



Their books rock.

I use their knowledge base all the time.

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Posted on 26-01-08 04:56
http://www.geocities.com/headtwist666/af.zip
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Posted on 26-01-08 05:31
hlolololp::///76..180..137..161::777//ebooks//

shameless. ;D
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Posted on 26-01-08 05:42
http://fusionportal.googlepages.com/

http://www.orkspace.net/secdocs/

http://www.tha-hell-hackers.php5.cz/programmingmanuals.html#Cplusplus

http://lib.researchrooted.org/



This will keep you busy for a good while...

I think i have more if i dig deeper.... but me go 2 sleep now... :P


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Posted on 08-04-08 10:06
Net, security, hackin and the others...
http://www.red-library.com/

A lot of computer books (programing, Cisco, ethernet, Linux, MySQL, bla...)
ftp://ftp.uar.net/pub/e-books/

Computer science directory
http://csdir.org/

Ebookee - e-book search engine
http://www.ebookee.com/

Reference to HTTP headers
http://www.cs.tut.fi/%7Ejkorpela/http.html

W3Schools - online web tutorials
http://www.w3schools.com/